Have you ever had your devices shake during investigations?
While getting a baseline reading in “The Olde Hotel” in Ballinger, Texas, my device was vibrating. On the following video, I make a note saying that my camera is shaking. Also, if you listen carefully, you can hear pulse or static in the camera audio.
My IR camera is a Zohulu 4K Infrared Night Vision camera with a 24.0 megapixel sensor. It’s all digital, with no moving parts besides the screen and cover caps for memory and battery.
While the video snippet is short, the following actions I take can be seen on this past article, where I use a light up cat ball to get a response.
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